The Mutations Disturbing the Bilateral Symmetry in Drosophila

" The specific features of ontogenes are also evident from this analysis, namely, that their activity (1) is directed to provide cell spatial orientation and (2) is not associated with the template-based DNA synthesis." {Credits 1}

" Ontogenes can be these particular genetic structures capable of creating and sensing this field. The morphogenetic field in question may be an electromagnetic field, known in physics. The specific features of this field, such as the creation of a driving electromagnetic force, dependence of the directions of the field force lines and electric current in a conductor, and right-hand and left-hand rules, look most appropriate for the construction of the symmetric structures of cells. Regions of DNA double helix may well be the sources of gene electromagnetic fields as well as their receptors. Their configuration in the form of solenoids can change depending on the degree of chromatin condensation." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Chadov, B. F., & Fedorova, N. B. (2019). The Mutations Disturbing the Bilateral Symmetry in Drosophila. SCIOL Genet Sci, 2, 139-152. © 2019 The Author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0.

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